Ms. Tucholke writes the most artful, gothic stories for today’s audience. Any story she puts to paper, I’ll probably read.
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If you’ve been living under a rock, you may have missed the fact that everyone is loving all over The Others series by Anne Bishop. I finally made it a priority to find out what all the fuss is about.
Well, I went and did it again. As soon as I was done reading Firstlife, I ran to Goodreads to see how many of my friends had read it and what they had thought about.
Dare to Run felt dark, gritty, and so real to me. I flipped through its pages fast and could not make myself put the book down for a second. I seriously lost hours engrossed in this suspenseful romance between a self-confessed bad guy and a girl who grew up on the streets and was given a chance on a good life.
I admit it. I was a tad leery going into book number nine of the Charley Davidson series. We had a huge turn of events at the end of Eighth Grave After Dark and the overall story arc going forward was looking like it might go stale. I was so afraid […]
Today is a huge day for Weird Girls fans! I’m happy to take part in celebrating release day for Taran’s first book! If you haven’t started reading this fantastic urban fantasy series, that also reads like a paranormal romance, you need a swift kick in the patootie. You’ve been warned […]
If I was having any problems getting back into the swing of loving urban fantasy novels again, I’m definitely NOT anymore. Holy female kick-butt warriors, Batman! Do I ever love Keri Arthur’s new Outcast series or what?
Completely different than any romance I’ve ever read before… How many times have you read those words in a book review? Probably quite a bit. But I have no other way to say it – Crave had an intense, emotional story I wasn’t expecting.
That was kind of awesome… I just kind of fell in love with reading this story. It’s been a while since I’ve read a book that I wanted to keep running back to pick up and get lost in. Yep, I kind of forgot I had a family for a bit there.
I am inexperienced when it comes to reading male/male romance. My previous experiences have only been side stories in other books. So I’m a relative virgin. Leveled, being my first story where the protagonists are gay and face a completely different set of challenges when it comes to dancing the […]